As suggested in another topic, I’m opening up this one about the SELinux alert spam.
So, yes I can just turn off the alerts, but I expect they are showing for a reason, and best not to ignore them.
As one example, I have 138 errors of gnome-shell attempting to write to dbus-XodxlWoUr5 (not sure if that’s an i or an l though). The last time this happened was about an hour ago.
It says if I believe it should have access than I should file it as a bug, and set up a new policy to allow access for now… but that’s kind of the whole problem with SELinux alerts.
I don’t know what gnome-shell is doing, or what this dbus sock_file is, so I don’t know if I want it to be doing that or not.
I guess I could ask the application developers, but in my experience they (not specifically GNOME developers, just in general) don’t respond so well to such requests.